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Sturmanskie - Space Pioneers Chronograph
 
 
RUSSIA SPORTS
 
  Overview
 
Alexey Leonov's became the first cosmonut to perform walk in space. The historical event happened on the Voskhod 2 flight on March 18, 1965. He was outside the spacecraft for 12 minutes and 9 seconds on 18 March, 1965. Connected to the craft by a 5.35-metre tether. At the end of the spacewalk, Leonov's spacesuit had inflated in the vacuum of space to the point where he could not re-entre the airlock. He open the valve to allow some of the suit's pressure to bleed off, and was barely able to get back inside the capsule. Leonov and the 2nd team member, Igor Belyaev were awarded with the title hero of the Soviet Union for completing this mission, during which Leonov wore Sturmanskie Chronograph. Contemporary editions of that watch are presented in the "Pioneers of Space" series.
 
  Specifications
 
Model No.
VK64/3355851
Gender
Gents
Style
Aviator / Pilot
Military
Outdoor Sports
Movement
Quartz
Movement Details
Quartz Seiko TMI VK64
Complication
24-hours indicator
Chronograph
Date
Tachymeter
Case
Stainless Steel
Case Back
Stainless Steel with engraving
Bezel
Stainless Steel
Dial
Black
Crystal
Mineral Crystal
Strap & Buckle
Calf leather with tang buckle
Dimension
42mm
Water Resistance GUIDE
100 meters
Warranty
One year international warranty
 
 
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Sturmanskie - Russian watches, pilot watches, Yuri Gagarin watches - Iconic Russian made military pilot and space inspired Limited Edition timepieces. Distinguished for being first watch in space, worn by the legendary Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin during the first human space flight

Space Pioneers Chronograph

   
List Price: currency 33,578 + VAT
EMI: 3,204 for 12 months + interest
 
 
 
 
 
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